Biden says plan to rollout Covid vaccine may be delayed by MONTHS because of Trump’s refusal to hand over power

JOE Biden said his plan to rollout a Covid-19 vaccine may be delayed by months because Donald Trump is refusing to concede.

During his address in Wilmington, Delaware today, the President-elect said that distributing the injection may “be behind by weeks or months” as a result.

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“We should be further along,” Biden said during his virtual meeting with frontline workers. “There’s a whole lot of things that we just don’t have available to us.”

He said a handover of power was necessary for the new leader to get access to all the relevant information, data, and the means of distributing it.

News of a vaccine emerged with Pfizer, which was 90 percent effective, followed by Moderna’s two-dose remedy that was 95 percent effective.

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